Former Liverpool defender Kolo Toure is set to land his first managerial job.
The ex-Ivory Coast international joined Liverpool in 2013 and established cult status at Anfield. During his three years at the Reds, he made 71 appearances and scored one goal. In the 2015-16 season, Toure helped Jurgen Klopp’s side reach the League Cup and Europa League final.
Toure hung up his boots Celtic before he joined Brendan Rodgers’ coaching staff at the Scottish giants. Rodgers signed Toure when Liverpool manager.
Toure followed Rodgers to Leicester City when he took charge in 2019 and the pair guided the club to FA Cup glory in 2021.
And now Toure is set to take his first step into management at Wigan.